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  • 25/04/2021

    Received in excellent packaging in record time of 3 days long ahead of schedule. Good transport conditioning, excellent presentation of the equipment, will be assembled and tested in the next few hours.

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  • 03/10/2020

    The product itself is very good. There are some points I would like to point out, but considering the price, it is appropriate. However, there is a difficulty in positioning the auto-leveling sensor, which is an important part. The metal sensor used is a product that reacts at 8 mm, but the screw hole that holds the sensor has a gap of 10 mm even if it is adjusted to the bottom. Therefore, there was no choice but to fix the sensor part by a method that does not use screws. I would like you to tell the designers and workers. Move the sensor mounting screw about 3 mm closer to the bed surface.

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  • 22/06/2021

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  • 23/01/2021

    The building instruction is for the old model, but if you think one - on - one you get it built up.

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  • 11/11/2020

    for the money a very good printer. Construction was well explained. However, one should have technical understanding. tricky is the autolevelsensor which one should test for function and adjust if necessary.

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  • 01/03/2021

    Getting broadcast

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  • 30/07/2021

    Unfortunately an update of the firmware had to be done directly, because the printing was stopped again and again. PC Ducken doesn't really work either. The setup is medium - heavy. You should have done something with 3D printing before. The slicing program of Tronxy is not quite as good. Cura is much more recommendable. Thanks to the good Z- guidance, the prints are accurate. The belt-based X- and Y-axes are also well solved. Auto leveling system works. All in all a very good printer but nothing for beginners.

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  • 22/06/2021

    My 3d printer is defective, the power supply has an irregular sound has fluctuations in the current and started to smell burnt plastic directly unplugged from the electric current and waiting for a response I am. Today is the third time I try to communicate with your company without any answer back I think it is important to be serious if we dedicate ourselves to giving a sercio to the customer, we have to be efficient and responsible for your mistakes of manufacture. Greetings thank you

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  • 22/05/2021

    For this price, it is great, and probably has no same price rivals at all... Sadly there is no longer included the SD card with software, but there are ways to get it online... But you must pay for the card too... All parts are well made, just the filament sensors will not fit, because of nuts collision with the frame, so you must use zip ties instead of screws (because holes are a bit out of line too). But it works well, and there is still the option to make new holes or print new holders, with the right distance, and most importantly, with threads instead of nuts (or you can drill a bit, or print it with the hole, and sink nuts into a holder). Second, and the most important problem is, the sliding rods have no support at ends and are a bit shorter, so if you tighten them, you will deform the frame a bit, and then you never be able to level the bed well. I can level it just around 0.05-0.08mm total differences (most points are pretty close to zero, just the middle of the bed is around +0.05 to +0.08. PS: level the bed fully heated because values will changes after heating ;) ). There are just small and soft washers as a support, but they will deform, and they do not help at all... So be careful while mounting the sliding rods, and do not tighten them more than just a little, or make some end support for the rods. I personally think about printing some holders for the rods, with additional hundredths of mm to push the aluminum profiles back to perfectly straight. Screw rods have some loose too, but it is not a problem of the printer manufacturer, but only a feature of this cheap type of screw rods. You can use ball screw rods instead, but they are a bit expensive... I am thinking about some soft spring, or some weights, which keeps pushing the bed a little down if there will be any problems with prints. But I will try a few prints first :) PS: there are many spare screws (like 30 or more), do not know why, but like it :)

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  • 11/04/2021

    Great product! the plate self-leveling system and the non-mechanical z-offset are very convenient. the only flaw is the paper manual provided which has the images too small and in some cases I struggled to understand how to mount. luckily there is a pdf manual on the key. For those who use the printer connected via USB: the baud-rate is 115200 and DTS and RTS "Low to High"

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